When the protagonist of “Hasta que la verdad te encuentre” regains consciousness she discovers not just that she is the only survivor of a plane crash, but also that she has completely lost her memory. In an extremely hostile environment, the rain forest, and being chased by a drug and human trafficking cartel, the heroine fights for her life and to find her lost identity. For that she’s helped by her companion-in-misfortune, an American ex-commando with whom she falls madly in love. Hasta que la verdad te encuentre is a novel with a plot capable of hooking the reader from its first pages. It is an entertaining and optimistic story, with moral choices and serious themes such as human trafficking and corruption.
About the Author:
Amelia De Dios Romero
Amelia De Dios Romero, decorated multicultural marketing professional, is an authentic global citizen: born in Spain, having carried out her studies in Paris at Pantheon-Sobonne University where she studied Visual Arts and Art Sciences and Major in Communications and Cultural Mediation. She has lived and worked in Madrid, Caracas, London, Paris and New York. Spanish is her mother tongue, but she is also fluent in English and French. In 2010, her innovative work at Girl Scouts of the USA earned her a place in La Prensa/El Diaro’s annual list of Mujeres Destacadas/Women of Distinction in New York City. Today she lives in the outskirts of Paris with her husband and three children. Amelia de Dios Romero is an active member of AEN (Spanish Association of New Writers) and of ISLA (International Society of Latin Authors).